Assists Sample Clauses

Assists. All goods and/or services provided by Buyer to Seller for the production of goods and/or services delivered under this Order, which are not included in the purchase price of the goods and/or services delivered by Seller, shall be separately identified on the invoice (i.e., consigned material, tooling, etc.). Each invoice shall also include the applicable Order number or other reference information for any consigned goods and shall identify any discounts or rebates from the base price used in determining the invoice value.
Assists. An employee who assists works with guidance on components of the required work in collaboration with another employee. Leads: A project lead is responsible for coordination and communication among team members, and responds to management with regard to project status. Tasks Builds upon (relationships): The employee strengthens and maintains existing organizational relationships. Develops (relationships): The employee creates new organizational relationships and partnership opportunities using an in-depth knowledge of the sector or network of contacts. Project Complexity Project complexity, and the level of responsibility required to manage it, is determined by a balanced assessment of the appropriate measures that constitute a project's total importance to the organization. Project measures include but are not limited to those outlined in the following table. Best-Fit Assessment of Complexity Measure Simple Moderately Complex Complex Internal team sizeSmall (e.g., 1 to 2)  Medium (e.g., 3 to 5)  Large (e.g., 6+) Partners and subcontractors  A single partner or subcontractor  Few separate partners or subcontractors  Many separate or few coordinated partners / subcontractors (e.g., 4+ partners / subcontractors, multi-sector or multi- stakeholder committees) Number of projectfoci  Usually 1 focus, up to 2  A few foci (e.g., 3 to 5)  Many separate foci (e.g., more than 5) Level of RiskLow risk (e.g., minimal risk to organization's finances, reputation, profile, future opportunities, flexibility, capacity, etc.)  Moderate risk  High risk (e.g., very large budget, large media profile, many partner and funder relationships, monopolizes internal capacity) Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 PC1 PC2 R1 R2 PC3 R3 COMPETENCIES Writing  Aware of appropriate styles  Assists with drafting, outlining, and analysisProficient writer in appropriate styles (e.g., scales to audience)  Outlines, drafts, analyzes, and edits with supportExcellent writer in appropriate styles  Edits and improves the work of others  Signs off on final productsTrains others  Expert writer in all styles  Publishes independently  Review for qualityMentors others Facilitation  Aware of group processes  Aware of group dynamics and conflict resolution  Can take leadership in group activities  Proficient in group processes  Proficient with diverse and challenging groups  Trains others  Aware of group processes  Aware of group dynamics and conflict resolution  Coac...
Assists. An employee who assists works with guidance on components of the required work in collaboration with another employee. Leads: A project lead is responsible for coordination and communication among team members, and responds to management with regard to project status. Tasks Builds upon (relationships): The employee strengthens and maintains existing organizational relationships. Develops (relationships): The employee creates new organizational relationships and partnership opportunities using an in-depth knowledge of the sector or network of contacts. Project Complexity Project complexity, and the level of responsibility required to manage it, is determined by a balanced assessment of the appropriate measures that constitute a project's total importance to the organization. Project measures include but are not limited to those outlined in the following table. Best-Fit Assessment of Complexity Measure Simple Moderately Complex Complex Internal team sizeSmall (e.g., 1 to 2) ▪ Medium (e.g., 3 to 5) ▪ Large (e.g., 6+) Partners and subcontractors ▪ A single partner or subcontractor ▪ Few separate partners or subcontractors ▪ Many separate or few coordinated partners / subcontractors (e.g., 4+ partners / subcontractors, multi-sector or multi- stakeholder committees) Number of project fociUsually 1 focus, up to 2 ▪ A few foci (e.g., 3 to 5) ▪ Many separate foci (e.g., more than 5) Level of RiskLow risk (e.g., minimal risk to organization's finances, reputation, profile, future opportunities, flexibility, capacity, etc.) ▪ Moderate risk ▪ High risk (e.g., very large budget, large media profile, many partner and funder relationships, monopolizes internal capacity) Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 PC1 PC2 R1 R2 PC3 R3 COMPETENCIES Writing ▪ Aware of appropriate styles ▪ Assists with drafting, outlining, and analysisProficient writer in appropriate styles (e.g., scales to audience) ▪ Outlines, drafts, analyzes, and edits with supportExcellent writer in appropriate styles ▪ Edits and improves the work of others ▪ Signs off on final productsTrains others ▪ Expert writer in all styles ▪ Publishes independently ▪ Review for qualityMentors others Facilitation ▪ Aware of group processes ▪ Aware of group dynamics and conflict resolution ▪ Can take leadership in group activities ▪ Proficient in group processes ▪ Proficient with diverse and challenging groups ▪ Trains others ▪ Aware of group processes ▪ Aware of group dynamics and conflict resolution ▪ Coa...
Assists. An assist is anything of value that Company provides the vendor/factory either directly or indirectly and free of charge or at a reduced cost, for use in connection with production or the sale for the export (molds, artwork, packaging, etc…). These assists are dutiable and must be shown on the commercial invoice.

Related to Assists

  • Hiring Hire any person as an employee of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or promote any employee, except (i) to satisfy contractual obligations existing as of the date hereof and set forth on Schedule 4.01(e) of the Company's Disclosure Schedule and (ii) persons hired to fill any vacancies arising after the date hereof and whose employment is terminable at the will of the Company or a Subsidiary of the Company, as applicable, other than any person to be hired who would have a base salary, including any guaranteed bonus or any similar bonus, considered on an annual basis of more than $50,000.

  • Other Relationships No relationship created hereunder or under any other Loan Document shall in any way affect the ability of the Administrative Agent and each Lender to enter into or maintain business relationships with the Borrower or any of its Affiliates beyond the relationships specifically contemplated by this Agreement and the other Loan Documents.